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Merge pull request #902 from knappe/890-jQuery-Easing

Fixes #890 - Remove jQuery Easing.
latest commit 8f7bb3631c
Erik Michaels-Ober sferik authored
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app Fixes #890 - Remove jQuery Easing.
bin add Rails 4 bundle/rake/rails binstubs
config Fix gem metadata when using aliases
db Merge branch 'metadata' of https://github.com/jimmycuadra/rubygems.org
doc Optimize images
lib Fixes #890 - Remove jQuery Easing.
log Prepare files in advance of Rails 3.1 update
public Optimize images
script Use `config_for` for rubygems config
server Cleanup for vault and gemcutter
test Merge branch 'metadata' of https://github.com/jimmycuadra/rubygems.org
tmp Making sure the log and tmp directories stick around
vendor Bump vendor reference
.gitignore Add rake chef:app task
.gitmodules Use public vendor git submodule
.ruby-version Ruby 2.1.5 we are!!!
.travis.yml no need to git depth 1 anymore
CONTRIBUTING.md fixed markup link to development setup
Capfile fix deploy script for asset pipeline
Gemfile Lock honeybadger on version 1, until we upgrade the config
Gemfile.lock Lock honeybadger on version 1, until we upgrade the config
MIT-LICENSE Update copyright
README.md Fix the IRC link in README.md
Rakefile Get back to green and remove fragile SSL tests
config.ru Application booting, seems to work for the most part

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